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BARRIOS, Yanquiel. "Importance of socials representations about epilepsy in cuban teachers of primary school ". Eureka [online]. 2013, vol.10, n.1, pp. 114-120. ISSN 2220-9026.

Primary education is a crucial link in the formation of the child; the teacher is established as the core of this process. The child with epilepsy attend schools like the healthy child. For the existence of a complete harmony in the classroom, and the child with epilepsy won’t feel alienated, the primary teacher must have a social representation of the disease as accurately as possible. This paper aims to describe the importance of the social representations about epilepsy that primary education teachers should have. It also aims to provide a justification of the need for these staff to represent epilepsy as a disease not alienating or as a social stigma. The primary teacher should put all their efforts into a constant professional self-improvement, not only on education, also in areas such as knowledge of each of the conditions of their students if they have any.

Palavras-chave : Primary Teacher; Social Representation; Epilepsy.

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